All are welcome to join this free online research seminar organised by the School of Midwifery

Where: On Teams Click here to join the meeting

When: Monday 2 May, 1-2pm

Presenter: Dr Justine Camp

Title: Moemoeā and Co-Designing the New Dunedin Hospital (NDH)

Presentation: Justine will outline the Moemoeā, a Māori led, ritual based, A Multiphase Optimisation Strategy (MOST) sleep study.  She will summarise the three pou that are being tested by 600 whānau across the country. These are Rongo time, Uru time and whanau support.  Moemoeā is one of two projects that have resulted from the findings of her PhD.  The second is the New Dunedin Hospital. Using the Maternity departments, Justine will discuss the tools whanau need to transition through the patient pathways.

Bio: Justine Camp, (Kai Tahu, Kāti Mamoe, Waitaha) is The Associate Dean Māori for the Department of Medicine, and a Research Fellow at the University of Otago as the Māori lead for Moemoeā, a Māori led sleep project.  Her previous fellowships included A Better Start National Science Challenge, Big data, exploring the use of big data and its impact Māori, and Brain Research New Zealand exploring whānau perspectives on neurostimulation and neurosurgery. She holds several governance rolls.  Justine is also part of a mana whenua design team who work with on the co-design for the New Dunedin Hospital. She is a mother of one and a Taua of one.

Published on 13 Apr 2022

Orderdate: 13 Apr 2022
Expiry: 13 Jun 2022